WHAT IS AUTOGRASS?

JUST A BRIEF OUTLINE OF MOTORSPORTS BEST KEPT SECRET.

There are 11 NASA Classes, differing by type of set up and engine sizes, from near standard 1000cc Minis through to specifically designed spaceframed single seaters with monster V8 or twin motorbike power!

Up to eight cars start on a straight line grid and race over 4 - 10 laps. This results in the major race meetings, most of which are staged over the course of two days, offering upwards of 200 races! All Classes normally race through qualifying heats and finals followed by, time and weather permitting, open races where all Classes have the opportunity to race each other.

The social aspect of the sport is a very large factor in what makes the atmosphere so enticing and allows friends from all over the United Kingdom to meet and catch up at the 'larger' events. The family nature is still, as has always been, an important factor - sometimes all members of the same family are seen to be sharing on car and racing at one meeting. Although having said this, Juniors (12 - 16 years) are restricted to two less powerful Classes for obvious reasons.

Only a small number of Autograss events require competitors to enter prior to the day of racing. With the exception of the National Autograss Championships, which requires qualification / registration, a NASA Licence holder can race at any NASA meeting just by turning up with a car that meets the National Construction Rules for it's Class.

Please Note: Some meetings throughout the Autograss calendar are restricted. If you are unsure, it is strongly advised that you contact the host Club / League to check whether restrictions are in place before travelling.

Racing Licences are available through a Club of your choice for Mens; Ladies and Juniors. Also available are Mechanics and Social Licences for those who do not wish to race but would still like to be a part of this very affordable motorsport. It is first and foremost an amateur motorsport, so there are always plenty of opportunities to join in and help to run your Club. As time goes by, there are also chances to become more involved with the sport on a high organisational level, or of course you can simply turn up and continue enjoying the racing!

If you would like to know more specific details, the best place to start is by visiting your local race meeting and witnessing the action first hand. To find your closest Club, please see the Venues page of this website. Once you know which Club you want to visit, you can then find out when they are next racing by visiting the Fixtures page. When you attend an Autograss event, you can speak with people who will always be more than happy to give you more information about the sport. Alternatively, on the Contact page, you can find contact details for the sports Board of Directors and Officials who are always happy to answer any questions you may have.

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TAGGING CONTACTS

Name: Vernon Mackenzie
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ROLLCAGE TAGGING

ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO KEEP UP TO DATE.

From 2017 onwards, your Autograss Vehicle must have a valid NASA Rollcage tag to confirm the correct material thickness of your rollcage before you can race. On this page we will keep you up to date with the location of tagging around your area.

 

NO TAG - NO RACING

With effect from Saturday 11th March 2017, note that anyone who races a car that is not tagged AND the Club that allows them to race without a tag will face disciplinary action.

 

TAGGING ISSUES

Everybody needs to be aware of the circumstances in which a rollcage tag becomes void and the car will need re-tagging before racing again. These include:

- If any bars in the cage are changed or modified - the tag is void 


- If a cage is removed from one car and put in another car - the tag is void 


- If a car is involved in an accident where any bars are damaged - the tag may be removed by a scrutineer and the car will need re-testing

We have a record of every tag number, who it belongs to and which car it's fitted to. Any abuse of the tagging conditions will contravene the rules on sealing the NASA Members' Handbook, which makes it clear that this will result in disciplinary action.

 

CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP

If a car carrying an Official NASA "Blue Tag" (confirming satisfactory testing of rollcage tube thickness) changes hands, the new owner is responsible for re-registering the tag number to be matched with his / her own Race Number / Licence Number. This can either be done by emailing the details to tagging@national-autograss.co.uk or by completing the below form.

Your Name:

Your Email:

Your Phone:

Your Race No.:

Your Class:

Last Owners Name:

Last Owners Race No.:

Last Owners Class No.:

NASA Tag No.:

CHANGE OF DETAILS FORM

CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP FORM

TAGGING

Here you can find out all about tagging and also change details.

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